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      . Zustand: Excelente Einband: Encuadernacion de tapa dura. Barcelona. 1792. 7h+452Pag+1h. 22X15. Pasta espanola. Describense las cosas mas augustas y notables de esta Ciudad Imperial; quienes fueron los Reyes Nuevos, sus virtudes, sus hechos, sus proezas, sus hazanas, y la Real Capilla que fundaron en la Santa Iglesia, Mausoleo sumptuoso, donde descansan sus cuerpos. Muy buen estado. Ref 1.5 Biblioteca A.

      [Bookseller: Libreria Anticuaria Marc & Antiques]
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        Voorafgaand bericht, wegens eene negotie, op landen in America.

      Amsterdam, 1792.Old wrappers. 37 pp.* Original edition. - Pieter Stadnitski, of Polish origins, was a broker and land developer, and a major stockholder of the Holland Land Company, which purchased and invested in a large land tract in the State of New York, in order to sell it at a profit to settlers. He is considered to have contributed substantially to the succes of the 'Great American experiment' in its early years. In this promotional booklet, he elaborates on the possibilities for Dutch people to buy land in the United States and exploit it succesfully. - Fine copy printed on heavy paper.Sabin 90061; Muller, America, p.66: Very rare.

      [Bookseller: Gert Jan BESTEBREURTJE]
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        A New Law Dictionary : Intended for General Use, as well as for Gentlemen of the Profession

      London: T Cadell, 1792 Two volumes pp vii + 442, ii + 446 + (1) ; no blanks before half-titles ; Internally very good subject to unobtrusive evidence of there having been plates on inside front covers. Bindings firm. Contemporary calf covers, sound but with a fair amount of wear to the spines, joins between front boards and spines a little tender but holding.. Full-Leather. Good. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

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        Cartes et Figures du voyage en Nubie et en Abyssinie.

      Paris, by Plassan.1792. With 87 of 88 engr.maps en plts. (lacks map 66).

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        An Inquiry Into the Remote Cause of Urinary Gravel. [bound with] Cases of the Successful Practice of Vesicae Lotura in the Cure of Diseased Bladders. Two works in one volume

      London T. Duncan and J,. Johnson; T. Beckett 1792. Cover worn with upper board detached. Text block firm. Age darkening to page ends. Ex.-lib [First Edition] Leather cover 220mm x 130mm (9" x 5"). xviii, 171pp; 42pp, 1pp. Second work published in 1798.

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        Black Sea, map, Jean Elwe, anno 1792

      Black Sea, ,1792. Black Sea, map, Jean Elwe, anno 1792 Coppermap, edited by Jean Elwe, Amsterdam, anno 1792: "NOUVELLE CARTE DE LA PETITE TARTARIE OU TAURIE, montrant les FRONTIERES DE L IMPERATRICE DE RUSSIE, et L EMPEREUR des TURCS, tant en EUROPE qu en ASIE, composee sur les Observations les plus Nouvelles, a AMSTERDAM, chez IAN B ELWE MDCCXCII". Contemporary full coloured map, size of the leaf: 55 x 64 cm.. To see the black sea.

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        Catalogue raisonné d'après les meilleurs principes économiques . du citoyen Tatin . contenant toutes les graines potagères, de fleurs, de fourrages, oignons de fleurs, griffes, pates, plans et plantes vivaces, arbres fruitiers, arbres et arbrisseaux d'agrément qui composent son commerce

      [Paris] 1792 - In-8. Collation : 162 pp. Demi-basane. (Reliure de l'époque.). Ce catalogue est un véritable manuel de jardinage, avec de longs exposés sur les méthodes de culture, les plantations, la taille, les variétés. Par le citoyen Tatin qui était "marchand grainier fleuriste, à la Garantie, place du quai de l'Ecole à Paris." Publié sans lieu, ni date, une note manuscrite sur le titre de l'exemplaire de la Bibliothèque Nationale indique 1792. No copy in USA according to OCLC.

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        Tratado De Materia Médica. Traducción Española Del Dr. bartolomé Piñera y Siles.

      Imprenta De Benito Cano, Madrid 1792 - 16 - XLVIII - 403 pp. = VIII - 571 pp. = VIII - 555 pp. = y = XVI - 632pp. Completo ejemplar en general en muy buen estado de conservación, aunque presenta antigua humedad en varias páginas. Muy conservada encuadernación de época a plena piel. Lomeras con florones y un tejuelo. Cortes pintados. Size: 4 Vols. En 4ºmenor [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Estats de l'Empire du Grand Seigneur des Turcs.

      1792 - Amsterdam, 1792. Original body colour. 460 x 615mm. In fine original colour, showing the Eastern Mediterranean in its entirety, the Red, Caspian and Black Seas and the Arabian Peninsula. Elwe produced no new maps but re-issued maps by other cartographers. This map is based on that of Jaillot, with information nearly a century old.

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        L'Isola di Corsica Divisa Nelle sue Provincie, o Giurisdizioni e parte dell'Isola di Sardegna; Parte dell'Isola di Sardegna Divisa ne' suoi Distretti.

      1792 - Rome, 1792. Two sheets each c. 485 x 350mm. An uncommon pair of maps of Corsica and Sardinia, from the 'Nuovo Atlante Geografico Universale', with a decorative title cartouche. They were published the year before the Corsican leader Pasquale Paoli declared independence from France.

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        Abbey & Palace of Dumfermline [sic]

      Francis Jukes, London 1792 - A fine example of a very rare large format hand-coloured aquatint view after Joseph Farington, R.A. This rare view, after a drawing made by Farington in 1788, is of Dunfermline Abbey, about 20 miles north west of Edinburgh, and 'one of the most important remains in Scotland. Excepting Iona it has received more of Caledonia's royal dead than any other place in the kingdom. The old building was a fine example of simple and massive Norman architecture, as the nave testifies, and has a beautiful doorway in its west front. The palace, a favourite residence of many of the Kings, occupying a picturesque position near a ravine, was of considerable size. Here James IV, James V and James VI spent much of their time. After Charles I was crowned he paid a short visit to the palace, but the last royal tenant of the palace was Charles II, who occupied it just before the battle of Pitreavie in 1650' ( Encyclopedia Britannica 1910, VIII, p.679). Joseph Farington 'was born at Leigh in Lancashire on 21 Nov. 1747. He became a pupil of Richard Wilson in 1763, and, like his brother George, gained several premiums at the Society of Arts. At the age of twenty-one he joined the Incorporated Society of Artists, and was admitted a student of the Royal Academy at its formation in 1768. He was elected an associate of the Academy in 1783 and full member in 1785, and in later years took an active and influential part in the government of that institution.' (DNB) Redgrave wrote that his colouring 'possessed power and brilliance' and that 'his penciling is free and firm'. Because of the rarity of large format plates such as the present work, he is best known for two collections of engraved views of the English lakes, one containing twenty plates published in 1789; the other forty-three plates, issued in 1816, with descriptions by T. Hartwell Horne. He also published Views of Cities and Towns in England and Wales as well as seventy-six plates illustrating a History of the River Thames , 1794. Charles Catton the Younger (1756-1819) was a painter and engraver, who made a successful career by using his artistic gifts in a number of different ways, including book illustration and set design. He and his family immigrated to America in 1804 where he had a home on the Hudson. This view of the partial ruins of Dunfermline makes a pair with Farington's "View of Tantalon Castle." also printed and published by Francis Jukes, the leading publisher of British views at that time. Aquatint, printed in colours and finished by hand, by C.Catton Jr.

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      . Zustand: Bien Einband: Encuadernacion de tapa blanda. Barcelona. 1792. 22X16. 6h+380Pag. 1 preciosa lamina grabada al cobre, Agustin Sellent. Historial de fundaciones de conventos cartujos en Espana. Bella Obra. Ref 1.3 Biblioteca A.

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      . Zustand: Muy Bien Einband: Encuadernacion de tapa blanda 1 Edicion. Barcelona. 1792. 20X16. 6h+368Pag+1h. Los primeros 92 Diarios de la Ciudad Condal. El principal artifice de su creacion fue por Pedro Pablo Husson de Lapazaran, italiano que se aposento en la corte de Carlos III. Mediante la observacion de la prensa estranjera diseno un Diario Oficial mezclado con noticias de carater no oficial, con la concesion del permiso gubernamental, la Obra que presentamos salio a la luz el 1 de octubre de 1792. Una autentica rareza. Muy dificil en comercio. Ref 10.2 Biblioteca A.

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        Du pouvoir exécutif dans les grands états

      (Paris), 1792 - Two volumes bound in one in 8vo; (4), 407, (1) pp.; (4), 367, (1) pp.; contemporary marbled quarter calf, gilt lettering-piece to spine, a bit rubbed and bumped, light browning in places, else clean and crisp, a good copy. First edition. In this work Necker discusses executive power in France, America, and some of the other European states. He compares the French and the American constitution discussing the seperation of powers of the various branches of government. Einaudi 4100, Goldsmiths 15477, Menger c. 619/620 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Dieter Stecher]
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        Kst.- Karte, n. H. Jaillot b. Ottens (Elwe), "Mappa Monde ou description du Globe Terrestre & Aquatique ... MDCCXCII".

      . mit altem Flächenkolorit,, dat. 1792, 49 x 61. Shirley, Mapping of the World, Nr. 561 ( for the 1694 edition ) Anmerkung und Abbildung Plate 13. Die Erstfassung dieser Karte erschien 1694. Im 18. Jh. kam die Platte in den Besitz der Brüder Ottens und erschien letztmalig bei Elwe, 1692. ( So Shirley a.a. O.). - Dek. Karte in 2 Hemisphären, am oberen und unteren Rand je 4 Allegorien ( weibl.), die u.a. die 4 Kontinente darstellen. Californien ist noch (!) als Insel dargestellt - Gerahmt ( framed )

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        Letters On The Confessions Of J.J. Rousseau

      Printed for J.S Jordan, London 1792 - 8vo. Price 2s. 6d. Translated from the French by M. Ginguene. 142 pages plus end papers. Lightly foxed at the boarders of pages. Clean without marks or tears. Finely Bound in 3/4 leather. Gilt titles and decorations on spine. 5 raised bands at spine. Top edge gilt. Fore edge and bottom edge uncut. A lovely example of this title. See photo's. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Rob Warren Books]
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        Andrew Kippis, D.D. F.R.S. & S.A

      London: Thos. Macklin, 20 October, 1792. Stipple engraving, 290 x 210 mm., very good. Earliest major portrait of Cook's biographer. An uncommon portrait of Cook's great first biographer, stipple-engraved by the great artist Bartolozzi, famous for his role in producing many of the engravings relating to Cook's third voyage, including a portrait of Cook and the famous separately-issued death scene at Kealekekua. Reverend Andrew Kippis (1725-1795) was an antiquarian and writer who wrote the most important biography of Cook, published in 1788. Like the other two main landlubber writers who worked on Cook's voyages, John Hawkesworth and the Canon John Douglas, Kippis and his biography have attracted some criticism, but its importance to the legacy of Cook is immeasureable, not least because some version remained the standard biography, endlessly reprinted, for over a century. The engraving was made by William Artaud, and is the first portrait of Kippis recorded by the UK National Portrait Gallery.

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        Versuch einer Lebensbeschreibung des Feldmarschalls Grafen von Seckendorff, meist aus ungedruckten Nachrichten bearbeitet. 4 Teile in 2 Bänden.

      (ohne Ort, wohl Leipzig, Barth), 1792-, 1794.. 8°, circa 17,3 x 10,8 cm. XXVI, 260 SS., 1 Bl., 388 SS., 1 Bl.; XVI, 270 SS., 1 Bl., 362 SS., 1 Bl., mit 2 gestochenen Portraits Halb-Leder d. Zt. Mit reicher Rückenvergoldung, 2 Rschildern und goldgeprägtem Deckelmonogramm. Erste Ausgabe, selten komplett wie hier mit allen Teilen und beiden Portraits. Ab dem dritten Teil mit zusätzlichen Titelblättern "Die Gesandtschaften des Grafen von Seckendorff" - die Teile drei und vier selbst in Bibliotheken über KVK nicht nachgewiesen. - Der Feldmarschall und Diplomat Friedrich Heinrich von Seckendorff (1673-1763) bewährte sich bereits unter dem Prinzen Eugen im Türkenkrieg 1698 und kämpfte später in entscheidender Stellung im polnischen Erbfolgekrieg und im russisch-österreichischen Türkenkrieg. "Eine der merkwürdigsten und markantesten Erscheinungen der 1. Hälfte des 18. Jahrhunderts. ... Er ist eine Persönlichkeit nicht von lauterstem Charakter, aber mit stark ausgeprägtem Talent für die Intrige und die diplomatischen Künste jener Zeit".. - Schönes Exemplar, gering gebräunt, kaum fleckig, Band 1 auf weissem Vorsatz mit Rest von Wachs. Etwas berieben, erster Band unten am hinteren Gelenk mit kleiner Läsur, dennoch sehr dekorativ. - So komplett sehr selten.

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        theatru(m) Mulierum, Sive, Varietas atq(ue) Differentia Habituum Foeminei Sexus, Diversorum Europae Nationum Hodierno Tempore Vulgo in Us(um)

      Laurie & Whittle, London 1792 - Circa 1792. 8vo, original plain blue wrappers in modern cloth folding slipcase lined in marbled paper. Extreme lower edge of front wrapper creased and fragile; mild wear at lower spine. Internally attractive with strong images of the plates, which have produced shadows on the facing blank versos. Engraved title page and 48 engraved plates of contemporary German, Flemish, Dutch, Austrian, French and English women's costume (also a few males of religious orders and a lay sister). Wencelaus Hollar (1600-1677) was a master etcher born in Bohemia. The protégé of the Earl of Arundel and the Duke of York, he produced many book illustrations as well as etched portraits, landscapes and architecture in 17th century England. this is an important costume book, first published in 1643 and here printed from the original plates with legends in Latin and English. References: Colas 1466 (second edition of 1643) . Lipperheide 30. Size: 8vo [Attributes: Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Braiterman, Marilyn (ABAA member)]
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        Saggio e osservazioni concernenti li nuovi progressi della Fisica del corpo umano

      Penada Padova 1792 P.P. di Medicina Teorica nell'Università di Padova; dedicato a Giacomo Nani Cav. Zaccaria Valaresso Francesco Pesaro senatori riformatori, con approvazione dell'Inquisitor General del santo Offizio di Padova, P.F. Girolamo Maria Zanettini. Pagg 309, rilegato in tutta pelle (leggero strappo sulla spalla); interni in buonissimo stato (rare macchie); legatura leggermente allentata; alcune vecchie scritte nelle prime e ultime pagg bianche. Spedizione con raccomandata - assicurata a carico della libreria. Rilegato

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        Didon Tragedie Lyrique en Trois Actes. Representee pour la premiere fois par l'Acaeemie Nationale de Musique le 16 8bre. 1783. [Full score]

      Paris Des Lauriers [ca. 1792]. Folio. Early quarter green vellum with marbled boards. 1f. (recto title, verso blank), 1f. (recto publisher's catalogue, verso blank), 307 pp. Engraved. Binding quite worn, rubbed and bumped, spine lacking, upper detached, remnants of title label to upper. Some browning and offsetting; marginal staining to last ca. 50 pp.. Lesure p. 497. RISM P2102. Set to a libretto by Marmontel. "In 1783 Piccinni reached his second peak with a highly successful revival of Atys and the introduction of Didon, which momentarily eclipsed the rising star of Sacchini... The sixth and most successful of the nine serious French operas that Piccinni wrote during his sojourn in Paris, Didon continued to be performed there until 1836 and received performances in French and German translation throughout Europe during the first quarter of the 19th century." Mary Hunter in Grove online

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        Archery. Plate 1; Archery. Plate 2

      Robert Sayer & Co, London 1792 - A fine highly decorative pair of anonymous mezzotints. By the middle of the seventeenth century the bow was no longer considered a viable weapon of war in Europe, although as late as 1808 Napoleon's army in Poland faced a force including 1500 archers on horseback. However, Archery as a sport survived and prospered and a number of quite exclusive toxophilic societies were formed. Through the eighteenth and much of the nineteenth century, archery enjoyed an enviable reputation as a genteel pursuit that both men and women could take part in with decorum. The present pair of plates depicts two archery matches: the first, a men's match, shows the four male contestants dressed in the uniform of their society. The central figure is just about to release an arrow at an unseen but clearly distant target. His companions stand around, another stretched canvas target just behind the central bowman. The second image, of a ladies' match, shows four contestants all dressed in similar costume. The central figure, standing behind one target, draws her bow and looks to the distance where a man standing by the second target signals where her last arrow hit. Mezzotints.

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        A VOYAGE TO THE SOUTH SEA, undertaken by command of His Majesty, for the purpose of conveying the bread - fruit tree to the West Indies, in His Majesty's ship the Bounty, commanded by Lieutenant William Bligh.

      London, George Nicol, 1792.Including an account of the mutiny on board the said ship, and the subsequent voyage of part of the crew, in the ship's boat, from Tofoa, one of the Friendly Islands, to Timor, a Dutch settlement in the East Indies.... Published by permission of the Lords Commissioners of the Admiralty. FIRST EDITION 1792, 4to, approximately 295 x 230 mm, 11½ x 9 inches, LACKING FRONTISPIECE PORTRAIT OF BLIGH BY CONDE AFTER RUSSELL, now supplied in reasonable facsimile on old paper, present are: a folding plan of the Bounty, folding plan of the Bounty's launch, a plate showing bread - fruit, and 4 other plans and charts (3 folding), pages: (10), 264, handsomely bound in modern full mottled calf, ornate gilt border to sides, gilt raised bands, gilt decorated compartments central gilt anchor motif, gilt lettered red morocco label, new endpapers. Small dark mark on lower cover (leather flaw), slight pale brown spotting to margins of title, following leaf, and margins of pages opposite plates, 5 neat marginal pencil notes, a few tiny ink spots to lower margin of page 209, some misfolds and slight browning to the 2 folding plans of the Bounty, the folding chart showing the track of the Launch, a small light brown stain also to the top outer corner of the latter, 2 plates slightly dusty at page edges, margins of last few leaves lightly browned and / or spotted. A very good firm copy of the first edition of a rare, valuable and important book (frontispiece in facsimile as noted). Housed in a sturdy plain custom - made cloth slip - case. Bligh's own full account of his voyage which led to the most famous mutiny in maritime history and of his subsequent incredible trip of nearly 4000 miles in an open boat with 18 men, very few provisions and minimal navigation equipment. In the course of this hazardous journey Bligh charted and named parts of the unknown northeast coast of New Holland (present - day Queensland) as he passed along it - an extraordinary feat of seamanship. The volume includes a chart of his discoveries on the northeast coast and Torres Strait, which in fact represented the most extensive work of coastal discovery undertaken in the first few years of Australian settlement. Hill, Pacific Voyages, Volume I, page 27; Ferguson, Australia, Volume I, page 51, No. 125; Sabin, No. 5910; Howgego, Exploration, Volume I, pages 124 - 126. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        A Voyage to the South Sea , undertaken by Command of His Majesty, for the purpose of conveying the Bread-fruit Tree to the West Indies, in His Majesty's Ship the Bounty... including an account of the mutiny on board the said ship, and the subsequent voyage of part of the Crew, in the Ship's Boat, from Tifoa, one of the Friendly Islands, to Timor, a Dutch settlement in the East Indies

      London: Printed for George Nicol, 1792. Quarto, with frontispiece portrait, and seven plans and charts, a very fine copy, clean and large, with almost none of the offsetting normally endemic to this work; modern half crimson morocco, by the Parisian binder Devauchelle, cloth slipcase with morocco edges. First edition: the famous mutiny. First edition of one of the most famous of all voyage books: "extremely important" (Hill). This is the full official narrative of Bligh's voyage in the Bounty and the mutiny. At the time of publication Bligh was on his second breadfruit voyage, and the work was edited for the press by James Burney, with the assistance of Sir Joseph Banks, both of whom had also sailed with Cook. This full account of the voyage includes a slightly altered version of Bligh's own account of the mutiny, which had first been published two years earlier. This extended and revised text makes this the fundamental published account of the Bounty saga, and an important eighteenth-century document of Pacific voyaging, most especially for the second phase of European relations with Tahiti. This is a particularly good copy of this great book, in a most attractive binding. The Bounty mutiny and its ramifications would haunt Bligh always, although his reputation was for ever redeemed by the epic open-boat journey across 4,000 miles of the Pacific. The open-boat voyage, one of the most famous feats of seamanship of all time, was also notable for the coastal discoveries made almost accidentally in the course of the desperate voyage. Bligh's description here is accompanied by his important engraved chart of discoveries made on the coast of present-day Queensland. His achievement in charting large sections of the coast under conditions of terrible hardship partly completed the work of Cook himself on the Australian east coast. Bligh was justifiably proud of his achievements in mapping and charting during his travails, and each of the printed charts features his name prominently: the sketch of Matavai Bay in Tahiti even features his signature in facsimile (particularly notable given Bligh's fury that his work on the charts of Cook's third voyage was not recognised). The advertisement to this work not only notes the publication of the rare partial edition for those who had already purchased the 1790 Narrative separately, it also comments that Bligh had originally intended to issue his account of the first part of the voyage of the Bounty as a separate work. Bligh had, of course, issued the Narrative quickly, noting here that this haste 'was for the purpose of communicating early information concerning an event which had attracted the public notice: and being drawn up in a hasty manner, it required many corrections.'.

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        Die heilsame Lehre in Auszügen aus ältern Schriften Reformirter mehrentheils Französischer Gottesgelehrten. Aus dem Französischen übersetzt.

      Leipzig, in Commission bey Paul Gotthelf Kummer 1792.. 1. Ausgabe. 22 S. Vorrede, 368 S. OHalbledebd. m. Lederecken. 18x11 cm. (Versandstufe 2).. - SEHR SELTEN! - Ebd. stärker berieben, Buchecken bestoßen, Vorsatz u. etl. S. etw. fleckig, S. 79/80: Stellen i. Text unterstrichen m. Anmerk. -- Aus dem Inhalt: I. Jesus Christus ist der Kern und Stern der ganzen heiligen Schrift. Joh. 5, 39. S.1-9. ; II. Jesus Christus ist der Text und Inhalt aller evangelischen Predikt. 1 Cor. 1, 23 und 2.2. S.10-37. ; III. Wer Jesus nicht hat, der hat keinen Gott. 2 Joh. v. 9. 1 Joh.2, 23. Eph. 2, 12. S. 38-46. ; IV. Jesus Christus ist unsere Wahrheit. 1 Cor 1, 30. S. 47-77. ; V. Ohne Jesu ist der Mensch todt in seinen Sünden. Eph. 2,1. S. 56-77. ; VI. Jesus Christus ist des Gesetzes Ende. Röm. 10,4. S. 78-96. ; VII. Jesus Christus ist Gott über alles gelobet in Ewigkeit. Röm. 9,5. S. 97-106. ; VIII, Jesus Christus ist wahrer Mensch, von unserm Fleisch und Blute. Ebr. 2,14. S. 107-127. ; IX. Jesus der Sünder Freund. Luc. 15,1.2. S. 163-186. ; XI. Jesus ist das Objekt des Glaubens. Röm. 3,25. S. 187-203. ; XII. Jesus Christus in uns, und wir in Ihm. Joh. 15,4. S. 204-224. ; XIII, Jesus Christus wird in uns verkläret durch den heiligen Geist. Joh. 16,14. S. 225-238. ; XIV, Jesus Christus ist uns gemacht zur Heiligung. 1 Cor 1,30. S. 2239-271. ; XV, Jesus Christus ist das Haupt seiner Gemeine. Eph. 5,23. S. 272-301. ; XVI, Die heiligen Sakramente haben ihren Ursprung und ihre Kraft von Jesu Christo. S. 302-327. ; XVII. Jesus Christus hat dem Tode die Macht genommen. 2 Tim. 1,10. S. 328-342. ; XVIII. Der Confessionen der Wallonischen Kirchen in den Niederlanden und der reformirten Kirchen in Frankreich Harmonie mit der Lehre der Ausgsburgischen Confession. S. 343-368. -- Wir akzeptieren VISA und MASTERCARD. Credit cards accepted. --

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        Voyages to the Coast of Africa By Mess. Saugnier and Brisson: Containing an Account of Their Shipwreck on Board Different Vessels, and Subsequent Slavery, and Interesting Details of The Manners of the Arabs of The Desert, and of The Slave Trade

      London: Printed for G. G. J. and J. Robinson, 1792. First edition. Hardcover. Very Good. A Very Good copy of the first UK edition, first printing (translated from the original French), in the Publisher's original paper-covered boards with the title written upon the spine (surface, edge, and corner rubbing to the boards, some presumed repair where the boards meet the spine) and wearing a custom-made dust jacket (not original to the book which likely would not have had a dust jacket when published), complete with the folding map of Africa (with slight tape repair to a couple of the folds); Saugnier and Brisson's fascinating account of their travels along the northern and western coasts of Africa and containing with information on the 18th century slave trade, as well as an account of their being shipwrecked and captured. Having an interesting Provenance, this copy belonged to Nathaniel George Clayton, successor to John Clayton in ownership of an Estate containing a portion of Hadrian's Wall which itself included the fort of Chesters, the best-preserved Roman cavalry fort in Britain, and carries his bookplate to the front pastedown. John Clayton was on of the most important figures in the preservation of Hadrian's Wall and Chesters, one of a series of forts built during the construction of the Wall, and the appearance of the ruins is due primarily to excavations conducted by John Clayton at the site. John Clayton died childless and the Estate descended to his nephew, Nathaniel George Clayton, a prior owner of this book. Nathaniel George Clayton carried out the last major excavations at Chesters in the 1890s and the ruins of the structures are a noted tourist site. This copy also carries the ownership signature of Bridget Atkinson of Temple Sowerby on the title page. Both the Claytons and the Atkinsons were important families of the area, with the Atkinsons having established themselves there at least as early as the 16th Century and having become a successful and wealthy family owning property both in Cumbria and Plantations in Jamaica. Ownership of the Plantations entailed ownership of Slaves, and this book would, of course, have been of great interest to the Atkinsons. Copies of the book are quite scarce to the market and copies in their original boards are extremely so. A Very Good copy in the difficult-to-find original boards with and notable Provenance. QUITE SCARCE INDEED. [Note: For more information on Temple Sowerby and the Atkinsons, Google "A Short History of Temple Sowerby House". For more information on Chesters, Google "History of Chesters Roman Fort" as well as "Chesters Roman Fort on Hadrian's Wall, Northumberland".]

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        Opera , cum variis lectionibus, notis variorum, et indice locupletissimo

      London: Payne and Edwards, 1792-, 1793. Two volumes, quarto, with a portrait frontispiece; spine of one volume slightly chipped, joints a little split but quite firm, nonetheless a splendid set in contemporary tree calf, flat spines with gilt panelling, red and green morocco labels. The London Horace. Fine and scholarly printing of Horace: 'a very magnificent and valuable edition; the text of which is formed chiefly on that of Gesner' (Moss, Manual of Classical Bibliography). A contemporary evaluation in the Critical Review of 1796 applauds the quality of this edition: 'With regard to the typographical merits of the present work, they must be acknowledged to be great. It is printed on fine wove paper; the type is excellent, and the press-work is extremely clear and neat. The margin is also spacious, and the arrangement such as does the printers much credit.' One of the most beloved Roman poets, Horace is cherished for his elegant poetry and robust satire, combining humorous self-reflection with philosophy: 'His style is rather to tell the truth through laughter, and not only to show others the way but also to work at improving himself and making himself more acceptable to his fellow human beings (Oxford Classical Dictionary). Aside from the quality of its printing and composition, the London Horace of 1792-1793 is noted for its exhaustive commentaries. Accordingly, this 'variorum' edition compares and publishes known textual variations (in collating the known texts of Horace the editor consulted the first printed edition of 1470 alongside seven manuscript copies held in the Harleian Collection).

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        Anleitung zum vernünftigen Gebrauch aller Gesundbrunnen und Bäder Teutschland's deren Bestandtheile bekannt sind. Für Aerzte und Nichtärzte aufgesetzt von Friedr. Christian Gottlieb Scheidemantel.

      Ettinger,, Gotha 1792 - Gotha Ettinger, 1792. 8°. XLVI, 460 2 n.n. Bl. (Verbesserungen). Pappband der Zeit mit braunem gestreiftem Papierbezug. VD18 11595310-002. - Hirsch V, 213. - Erste Ausgabe. - Friedrich Christian Gottlieb Scheidemantel (1735-1796) studierte Medizin in Jena, war Badearzt in Brückenau und Hofarzt in Fulda. "Er war ein tüchtiger und gelehrter Praktiker" (Hirsch). - Vorsatz gestempelt. Papier durchgehend etwas gebräunt und stockfleckig. - Selten. Sprache: Deutsch Pappband der Zeit mit braunem gestreiftem Papierbezug. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The History of Tom Jones, a Foundling

      London: Printed for T. Longman et al., 1792. Three volumes, small octavo, with four engraved plates; two leaves with corners torn off (losing two letters on each of two pages), a few other trivial tears but an excellent fresh set in attractive contemporary half roan, flat spines lettered in gilt. A very attractive set of a "new edition" of this great novel, first published in 1749, from the library of the Marquess Conyngham at Slane Castle, Ireland, with his bookplates and signed at the top of each title page.

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        Hints Respecting Botany Bay' [in] Miscellanies in Prose and Verse?

      J. Robertson, Edinburgh 1792 - Octavo, 336 pp.; a very good copy in nineteenth-century half calf over marbled boards, rubbed. 'The most absurd, prodigal and impracticable vision?'. Rare, with an early essay on Botany Bay by a Scottish judge and therefore providing some insight into the reaction of the legal profession to the realities of transportation: 'the Botany-bay scheme is the most absurd, prodigal and impracticable vision that ever intoxicated the mind of man.' Lord Gardenstone (1721-1793) was a distinguished judge, bon vivant and a wonderful eccentric noted for his fondness for pigs: he was 'distinguished for his conviviality, at a period when, especially in Scotland, it must be admitted that real proficiency was requisite to procure fame in that qualification' (Robert Chambers, A Biographical Dictionary of Eminent Scotsmen, 1835). He also found time to be an occasional writer, and this is a charming selection of some of his pensées and poems, which unsurprisingly includes a rollicking ode 'On Hard Drinking.' In his 'Hints on Botany Bay', Lord Gardenstone takes as his starting point the contemporary reports that some 2029 convicts had been transported prior to 18 March 1791, at a cost of £374,000 beside some unrecorded "contingencies". He was astounded by the excessively high cost of hundreds of pounds per convict, especially when there was no hint that the costs would abate; Gardenstone recommended instead the adoption of the Panopticon as devised by the great penal theorist Jeremy Bentham. To those who would argue that the colony would become quickly self-sufficient, he noted that such dreams of agriculture in Sydney were unconvincing when one realised that Governor Phillip's exploring party took five days 'to penetrate thirty miles into the desart' - evidence, by the way, that he had read Phillip's account. This is the second edition, although copies of the first edition appear to be very thin on the ground indeed (no copy of any first edition is recorded by the English Short Title Catalogue, suggesting that the "first" edition may well be a publisher's puff). Ferguson recorded copies of this second edition in the Mitchell Library and the National Library of Australia. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Beschreibung der hochfürstlich-erzbischöflichen Haupt- und Residenzstadt Salzburg und ihrer Gegenden verbunden mit ihrer ältesten Geschichte. Erster Band: Topographie. Nebst 2 Kupfertafeln. Zweyter Band: Statistik. Nebst einer Kupfertafel, welche die Stadt Salzburg aus dem XV. Jahrh. vorstellet.

      Salzburg, Selbstverlag, 1792 - 1793.. 2 Bde. XXXII + 594 + 12, VIII + 620 + 12 S. Priv. Pp. u. HLd. der Zeit.. Mit allen drei Tafeln: die Lederfabrik am äußeren Stein, sowie der Stadtplan von Salzburg und im zweiten Band die Ansicht Salzburgs. - Besitzsign. a. V., S. 380f. m. Reste eines Klebefilms, stockfleckig, Gbrsp., Ebd. berieben m. stärkeren Gbrsp. Zweiter Band m. stärkeren Gbrsp., tlw. Fraßspuren in Marginalien (vorallem S.550-565), stockfleckig, Besitzsign. a. V., angestaubt. Ebd. bedarf eines Buchbinders. Zustand im Preis berücksichtigt. - Selten mit den Tafeln.

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        Gesamtansicht (9,7 x 40,5 cm) auf einer Kundschaft der Maurer für den Gesellen Johann Georg Baumhecker aus Bremen. Kupferstich von Dan. Alb. Ernsting, über der Ansicht mit dem Bremer Wappen.

      Datiert 24. Mai 1792, gestochen 1791.. 38,0 x 46,5 cm. Viele Faltspuren und mit Knitterfalten. Nebenstehende Abbildung zeigt nicht das ganze Blatt. [SW - Ansicht, Ansichten, Handwerkskundschaft, Niedersachsen].

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        Theoretisch-praktisches Handbuch, für Maler, Illuminirer, Zeichner, Kupferstecher, Kupferdrucker und Formenschneider...

      Wien, Ludwig, 1792.. Kl. 8°. 164 (4) S. Mit 1 ganzseitigen Kupferstichabbildung. Pappband der Zeit.. Seltene erste Ausgabe. - Der Band beschreibt die Herstellung der Farben ebenso wie das Malen auf Leinwand, Glas, Seide, Wachs und Mauern mit Öl oder Pastell. - Stempel auf Vorsatz. Einband etwas fleckig und leicht bestoßen. - Holzmann/B. II, 8654 (Ausg. Wien 1800)

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        Öffentliche und privat Rechts-Gutachten (2 Bände),

      Leipzig, Weygand, 1792.. und ausgesuchte Erkenntnisse. des bürgerlichen Rechts. Mit 1 Portrait, 1 Titelvignette, 1 Blatt, 416 Seiten; 394 Seiten, Halbpergamentbände der Zeit, 25 x 21 cm,. Innen etwas gebräunt, sonst gut erhalten.

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        Extracts from the Treaties between Great-Britain and other Kingdoms and States of such Articles as relate to the duty and conduct of the commanders of his Majesty,s ships of war.

      London. 1792.. 27 x 21,5 cm. 4 Blatt, VI-LIX, 379 Seiten (so komplett). Ldr.d.Zt. Gebrauchsspuren.. Enthält Friedensschlüsse der Britischen Marine u.a. mit Amerika, Frankreich, Spanien, Rußland, Schweden, der Türkei, Marokko, Algerien und Tunesien. Mit einem gest. Exlibris.

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        Andrew Kippis, D.D. F.R.S. & S.A.

      Thos. Macklin, 20 October, London 1792 - Stipple engraving, 290 x 210 mm., very good. Earliest major portrait of Cook's biographer. An uncommon portrait of Cook's great first biographer, stipple-engraved by the great artist Bartolozzi, famous for his role in producing many of the engravings relating to Cook's third voyage, including a portrait of Cook and the famous separately-issued death scene at Kealekekua. Reverend Andrew Kippis (1725-1795) was an antiquarian and writer who wrote the most important biography of Cook, published in 1788. Like the other two main landlubber writers who worked on Cook's voyages, John Hawkesworth and the Canon John Douglas, Kippis and his biography have attracted some criticism, but its importance to the legacy of Cook is immeasureable, not least because some version remained the standard biography, endlessly reprinted, for over a century. The engraving was made by William Artaud, and is the first portrait of Kippis recorded by the UK National Portrait Gallery.

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        Applausi Poetici per la traslazione dell' illustrissimo e reverendissimo monsignore Giuseppe Bertieri Agostiniano dalla sede vescovile di Como all' Arcivescovile Vescovile di Pavia.

      Pavia: Nella Stamperia di Baldassare Comini con Approvazione, 1792. - Notka wydawnicza: Pavia: Nella Stamperia di Baldassare Comini con Approvazione, 1792.; Wymiar bloku: 28cm.; Naklad: 0; Waga: 370g; Jezyk: wloski; Strony: 93s.; Kategorie tematyczne: literatura poezja, literatura obca wloska, obcojezyczne wloski, okres wydania starodruki / literature poetry, , foreign languages , period of edition old prints / Literatur Dichtung, , fremdsprachig , Erscheinungsperioden Frühdruck, alter Druck; Oprawa uszkodzona, blok pekniety, 4 karty z uszkodzonym rogiem w tym tytulowa, slad rozleglego zalania bez zagrzybienia, na karcie tytulowej stary wpis wlasnosciowy atramentem, egzemplarz wymaga oprawy. Stan wiecej niz dostateczny.

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        The History of Tom Jones, a Foundling

      Printed for T. Longman et al., London 1792 - Three volumes, small octavo, with four engraved plates; two leaves with corners torn off (losing two letters on each of two pages), a few other trivial tears but an excellent fresh set in attractive contemporary half roan, flat spines lettered in gilt. A very attractive set of a "new edition" of this great novel, first published in 1749, from the library of the Marquess Conyngham at Slane Castle, Ireland, with his bookplates and signed at the top of each title page. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The American Georgraphy; or, a View of the Present Situation of the United States of America: Containing Astronomical Geography, Geographical Definitions, Discovery, and General Description of America and the United States: of their Boundaries, Mountains, Lakes, Bays and Rivers; Natural History; Production, Population, Government, Agriculture, Commerce, Manufactures, and History. A Concise Account of the War, and the important Events which have succeeded.

      John Stockdale, Piccadilly, London 1792 - Handsomely bound in full calf leather with gilt rule edging on the front and rear boards; gilt decorations along the spine above and below the 5 raised bands; with black leather labels: "Morse's American Geography" and "M. Freeman Shepherd." The title page is also signed in ink by M. Freeman Shepherd and another previous owner: "M. Palmer 29 June 1815." Complete with 536 pages and two splendid folding maps: One A Map of the States of Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina and Georgia; Comprehending the Spanish Provinces of East and West Florida" by Joseph Purcell, with the New State of Franklin." And the Second is a Map of the Northern and Middle States; comprehending the Western Territory and the British Dominions in North America from the best Authorities." Very clean and crisp, printed on heavy quality map stock. The front hinge is tender, the outside leather along the edge is creased and slightly separated; but the interior hinges at the endpapers are very good. Jedidiah Morse (August 23, 1761 – June 9, 1826) was a notable geographer whose textbooks became a staple for students in the United States. He was the father of telegraphy pioneer and painter Samuel F. B. Morse, and his textbooks earned him the sobriquet of "father of American geography." Morse strongly influenced the educational system of the United States. While teaching at a school for young women, he saw the need for a geography textbook oriented to the forming nation. The result was skimpy and derivative, Geography Made Easy (1784). He followed that with American Geography (1789), which was widely cited and copied. New editions of his school textbooks and the more weighty works often came out annually, earning him the informal title, "father of American geography." His postponed gazetteer for his work of 1784 was bested by Joseph Scott's Gazetteer of the United States in 1795. With the aid of Noah Webster and Rev. Samuel Austin, Morse published his gazetteer as Universal Geography of the United States (1797). (Wikipedia) [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Adventures of Roderick Random

      B. Law et al., London 1792 - Two volumes, small octavo; engraved frontispieces; an excellent copy in contemporary half roan, flat spines lettered in gilt. A fresh and attractive copy, from the library of the Marquess Conyngham at Slane Castle, Ireland, with his bookplates and his signature at the top of each title page. This is a "new edition" of Smollett's novel, first published in 1748. Perhaps the first truly autobiographical novel in English, Smollett's picaresque narrative involved its hero in a wide variety of harrowing episodes ranging from farcical to terrifying. This was Smollett's first novel, the book which made his name, and the work which usually conveys the author's identity on the title pages of subsequent novels, written "by the author of Roderick Random." [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        La Francia Divisa Negli Ottantatre Dipartimenti Secondo la nuova Costituzione.

      1792 - Venice, Antonio Zatta & Son, 1792. Original colour. 480 x 680mm. Larger than the usual Zatta map, with the country divided into the departements created in 1790 by the National Constituent Assembly to break up the old administrative system. The map is decorated with tromp l'oeil scrolls for the title and inset map of Corsica.

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        Memoria prima [secunda] sull&#39; elettricità animale. In </i>Giornale fisico-medico</i> 2

      Pavia, 1792. Pavia, 1792. <p>Galvani-Volta Debate on Electrophysiology--Extremely Rare Journal Issues</p><p>Includes Volta&#39;s First Memoirs on Electrophysiology and the Galvani-Carminati Correspondence</p><p>Volta, Alessandro (1745-1827). (1) Memoria prima sull&#39; elettricità animale. In Giornale fisico-medico 2 (1792): 146-187. (2) Memoria seconda sull&#39; elettricità animale. In Giornale fisico-medico 2 (1792): 241-270. (3) Carminati, Bassano. Lettera del Signor Don Bassano Carminati . . . diretta al chiarissimo Sig. Dottore Galvani dell Instituto di Bologna. In Giornale fisico-medico 2 (1792): 115-121. (4) Galvani, Luigi (1737-98). Lettera del chiarissimo Sig. Dottore Luigi Galvani . . . al Sig. Prof Don Bassiano Carminati. In Giornale fisico-medico 2 (1792): 131-145. Together three journal numbers (April - June, 1792), containing the papers cited above plus four more on electrophysiology; see list below. 221 x 142 mm. (uncut). Original printed wrappers, spines a little worn, minor dust-soiling, spotting and fraying, but very good.</p><p>First Editions, Extremely Rare Journal Issues in the Original Printed Wrappers, Uncut. This 18th century Italian scientific journal is rare in any form-issues in printed wrappers are of the greatest rarity.</p><p>In March 1791 Galvani published his famous De viribus electricitatis, in which he described the production of muscle contractions in prepared frogs&#39; legs by electricity. Galvani had inadvertently discovered the central phenomenon of galvanism-the production of electric current from the contact of two different metals in a moist environment-but he interpreted his results as proving the existence of a special "animal" electricity present in muscle tissue, distinct from the frictional electricity produced by electrical apparatus such as the Leyden jar. Galvani sent an offprint of his paper to Alessandro Volta, professor of experimental physics at the University of Pavia, who had been investigating electrical phenomena since the 1760s. Volta initially dismissed Galvani&#39;s results as "unbelievable" and "miraculous," but he began replicating Galvani&#39;s experiments in late March 1792 and by April 1 "had begun the brilliantly planned and executed experiments that step by step brought him to the invention of the [electric] pile" (Dictionary of Scientific Biography). Volta&#39;s first response to Galvani came on May 5, 1792, when he gave a lecture at the University of Pavia devoted to a detailed critique of Galvani&#39;s hypothesis. "The convulsive movements, according to [Volta&#39;s] belief, were due to electric currents generated by the contact of dissimilar metals affecting the preparation-in short, &#39;metallic&#39; electricity rather than &#39;animal&#39; electricity" (Fulton & Cushing, p. 245). This important discourse was published in the May 1792 issue of the Giornale fisico-medico as "Memoria prima sull&#39; elettricità animale" (no. [1] above); it was followed by his "Memoria secunda" in the June 1792 issue (no. [2] above) and several later papers on the subject. By the end of 1792, after countless experiments on animals, Volta had concluded that "all galvanic excitations arose from external electrical stimulation" (Dictionary of Scientific Biography).</p><p>Bassano Carminati, professor of medicine at the University of Pavia, had also been given a copy of Galvani&#39;s 1791 paper. On April 3, 1792 Carminati wrote a letter of acknowledgement to Galvani (no. [2] above); this letter, published in the May 1792 number of the Giornale fisico-medico, is extremely important in the history of electricity as "it first drew the attention of the learned world to Galvani&#39;s studies, and thus inaugurated the controversy with Volta which immediately followed" (Fulton & Cushing, p. 258). Galvani sent Carminati a response dated May 8 (no. [3] above) containing further observations on "animal" electricity, including experiments on an amputated human arm and leg.</p><p>Along with the papers described above, these issues of the Giornale fisico-medico contain four other papers dealing with Galvani and Volta&#39;s electrophysiology research, including Eandi&#39;s letter to Prospero Balbo describing Galvani&#39;s experiments (nos. 1-2 below); Volta&#39;s letter to Dr. Baronio (no. 3 below); and Volta&#39;s memoir on "Animal electricity and some new properties of the electric fluid" (no. 4 below). Presumably in response to demand for separate issues that he could not supply, Brugnatelli re-issued most of these papers as a book titled Memorie sull elettricità animale inserite nel Giornale fisico-medico del Sig. Brugnatelli. This edition, from reset type, and omitting Eandi&#39;s letter and Volta&#39;s final memoir, was also published in 1792; see the Norman catalogue, no. 870 (mischaracterizing the separate edition as an offprint).Fulton & Cushing, "A bibliographical study of the Galvani and the Aldini writings on animal electricity," Annals of Science 1 (1936): 239-268. </p> <p>1. [Eandi, Giuseppe Antonio (1735-99).] Ragguaglio delle sperienze del Sig. L. Galvani Accademico Bolognese estratto da una lettera diretta al Sig. Conte Prospero Balbo. In Giornale fisico-medico 2 (1792): 94-96.</p><p>2. [Eandi.] Seguito del ragguaglio delle sperienze del Sig. L. Galvani estratto da una lettera diretta al Sig. Conte Prospero Balbo. In Giornale fisico-medico 2 (1792): 97-109.</p><p>3. Volta, Alessandro. Del Signor Don Alessandro Volta de&#39; 3 aprile al Dottor Baronio altro de&#39; medici assistenti all&#39;Ospedal maggiore di Milano [sull&#39; elettricità animale]. In Giornale fisico-medico 2 (1792): 122-130</p>. <p>4. Volta. Sull&#39; elettricità animale ed alcune nuove proprietà del fluido elettrico. In Giornale fisico-medico 2 (1792): 287-90.</p>

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        Indicazione antiquaria del Pontificio Museu Pio-Clementino in Vaticano. / Catalogue Indicatif des antiquités composant le musée Pie-Clémentin au Vatican

      , 1792. 1792. Rome, Lazzarini, 1792. Small 8vo. 216pp. Hvellum, decorated paper boards. Edges stained red. Parallel text in Italian and French. Some pages a bit browned. Bottom of spine sl. dam. & with some tiny wormholes but a good copy. The Museum Pio-Clementino was founded in 1771 by Pope Clement XIV and greatly expanded by his successor Pius VI, an avid art collector. He constructed new spaces to house the expanding collection of Greek and Roman antiquities. The present work is the first edition of the first catalogue of the collections. It has been designed for portability and ease of use by visitors. This room-by-room guide leads visitors on a walking tour through the earliest curatorial museum of the Vatican complex. Written by Pasquale Massi of Cesena, identified as the custode del museo stesso, the text proves an invaluable record of the museum&#39;s initial organization, arrangement, and architecture. All the artworks in the museum are here presented, room by room. Massi also gives detailed information about about provenance and acquisition and attributions of the artworks described. This also makes it an important source to the way the art world worked in the eighteenth century. [Cicognara 3408]

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        Historical Collections; Consisting of State Papers, and Other Authentic Documents; Intended as Materials for an History of the United States of America., in Two Volumes"

      Philadelphia: T. Dobson, 1792. Philadelphia: T. Dobson, 1792. First Edition. Half-Leather. Very Good/No Jacket. First edition. Rebound. Top page ridge lightly stained, slightly affecting margin of a few pages, owner blind stamp on title page, some ink marginalia, a small amount of which was lost when the pages were trimmed for rebinding. 1792 Half-Leather. Complete in two volumes, printed in 1792 and 1794. 639, x; iv, 654 pp. 4to. Brown leather spine & corners, marbled boards, gilt titles & rules, red page ridge, brown endpapers. Sabin 31095: ""This scarce and valuable collection embraces State Papers relating to Columbus, Cabot, Sir Humphrey Gilbert, and Sir Walter Raleigh. It includes various Patents and Charters of the several English colonies in America, with a variety of other documents relating to these colonies as well as to New France. Many of these papers are taken from Hakluyt's Voyages; Rymer's 'Foedera'; Rushworth's 'Historical Collections'; the Public Records of the Colonies, and from rare works relating to America. Vol. II. is rarer than Vol. 1."" Howes H-362. Evans 24388 & 27105. ""Ebenezer Hazard (1744-1817, APS 1781) was a publisher, businessman, an editor of historical documents and Postmaster-General of the United States. His two-volume work Historical Collections: Consisting of State Papers and Other Authentic Documents: Intended As Materials for An History of the United States of America (Philadelphia, 1792-1794) was the first published collection of American state papers and historical documents. His duties as surveyor-general of the post office (1777-1782) entailed extensive travel, and he took advantage of the opportunity to collect the documentary evidence and source-materials of early American history. In response to his petition to the Continental Congress on July 11, 1778, he was given permission to copy documents in the Continental archives, as well as a grant of one thousand dollars for expenses. He collected most of these materials before 1782, when he became Postmaster-General. The first two volumes entitled Historical Collections were published in Philadelphia from 1792-1794."" - American Philosophical Society"

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        The Expedition of Humphry Clinker

      T. Longman, and G. G. J. and J. Robinson, London 1792 - Three volumes, small octavo; a fine copy in contemporary half roan, flat spines lettered in gilt. A fine set of the fourth edition of this famous novel, from the library of the Marquess Conyngham at Slane Castle, Ireland, with his bookplates and signed at the top of each title page. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Signed Document

      Paris, 1792. Paris, 1792. unbound. 1 page, 10.75 x 13.5 inches, Paris, March 27, 1792 -- a partly printed and engraved military proclamation signed "Louis," acknowledging that Pierre Jacques Delaporte of the Parisian National Guard entered into the service of the King on April 1, 1760 and served with valor. The King authorizes P.J. Delaporte to wear "Le Medaillen dedeux Epees en Sautoir" (the Medal of two Swords in Sautoir), which will be attached by the Commandant of the Regiment on September 23, 1791. Additionally signed by Pierre Marie, Marquis de Grave (1755 - 1823), French Minister of War from March to May 1792. Louis&#39;s signature appears light as is usual when encountering military documents. Very good condition with usual folds and scattered light toning. King of France best remembered for being overthrown during the French Revolution and executed by guillotine.

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        REFRANES, Y MODOS DE HABLAR CASTELLANOS, con los latinos que les corresponden; y la glosa, y explicación de los que tienen necesidad de ella. Con un indice de los adagios Latinos, á los quales corresponden los Castellanos.

      Imp. Real. Madrid, 1792 - . 21 cm. 1 blanca, X-446 pág., 1 h. (sign. [calderón]4, 2[calderón]2, A-Z4, 2A-Z4, 3A-K4). Enc. en pasta española, tejuelo. Erratas corregidas a mano, en lápiz, hasta pág. 94. Anotaciones manuscritas de anterior poseedor en hoja de respeto. * Jerónimo Martín Caro y Cejudo (1630- 1712) era maestro de Latinidad, y Elocuencia en Valdepeñas de Calatrava. Segunda edición de la obra, muy elogiada en la monografía de Sbarbi sobre refranes, adagios y proverbios castellanos. Palau 44845. . paremiología, refranes y proverbios Paremiologia, apotegmes, refranys, proverbis Libros antiguos anteriores a 1830 español [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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